Lady Colonels best Woodland, Lady Canes edged by Cedartown
The Cass girls raced out to 20-3 lead in the first eight minute and led 35-11 at halftime on their way to a 60-24 Region 7-AAAAA win over county-rival Woodland at home Tuesday night.
The Lady Colonels had 11 players in the scoring column not including Chanel Clemmons who contributed five blocked shots and seven rebounds. Lyric Curtis led Cass with 10 points. She was followed by Kyla Michienzi, Alexis Wade and Aaliyah Curtis with nine each. Sharia Wade, Amber Brittian, and Brianna Stephenson contributed five points each. Payton Stoddard scored five. Payton Stoddard added three points. Damia Simpson and Ariana Hames scored two each and Londaisha Smith added one.
Whitney Harris led Woodland with nine points. Madgie Robinson and Nichiah Metcalf followed with seven and five points, respectively for the Lady Cats. Lauren Morris scored two and Carli Clymer one point.
Woodland (2-9, 0-6) hosts East Paulding Friday.
Cass (9-3, 3-1) plays at Rome Wednesday and at Carrollton Friday.
CEDARTOWN GIRLS 41, CARTERSVILLE 40
Cio Siegler scored a game-high 18 points and the Lady Canes jumped out to an early lead Tuesday night at the Storm Center against Cedartown, but dropped a heartbreaker to the Lady Bulldogs, 41-40.
Tamerra Beman and Keke Turner led Cedartown with 15 and 12 points, respectively.
The Lady Canes led 15-4 after one quarter and held a 25-20 lead at halftime before Cedartown rallied to take a 32-31 lead going into the final period.
Kalli Scheff scored eight points for Cartersville. Jada Cunningham and London Shaw added four points each. Addi Smith, Naijah Evans, and Ariana Cochran contributed two points each.
Cartersville played without point guard Amaya Davis nursing a sprained ankle.
Cedartown improved to 7-5 overall and is now 1-0 in Region 5-AAAA.
Cartersville (5-6, 0-1) plays at Central-Carroll Friday and at LaGrange Saturday.